The more beds ICE has available, the more interior enforcement it engages in and the more that people who have lived here for years, often with their families, are targeted.
JUFJer Jerry Kickenson testified on Tuesday, December 8 in favor of MC 45-20, which would dramatically improve MCPD data collection and reporting practices.
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We need to move away from punitive hierarchies—systems which reflect racial inequities, as has been the case in Montgomery County. We must implement effective models of Restorative Justice.
Good afternoon Councilmember Bonds, Councilmembers, and Staff of the Committee, my name is Hannah Garelick, and I am a community organizer at Jews United for Justice, a local grassroots [...]
Thank you Councilmember Allen for holding this hearing. My name is Sarah Novick and I’m the DC Senior Organizer with Jews United for Justice, a community of thousands of Jews and allies committed [...]
My name is Rebecca Ennen and I live in Petworth in Ward 4. I have been involved in DC local issues since I moved here in 2010 through Jews United for Justice, both on staff and as a volunteer.
Dear DC Council Judiciary Committee, Thank you, and thank you for this hearing. My name is Hannah Weilbacher and I'm a Ward 1 resident. I am testifying today because Black lives matter.
My name is Logan Bayroff and I'm a Ward 1 resident. I am testifying today because Black lives matter, and because I want to live in a city in which the government acts to genuinely serve all DC [...]
Good afternoon. Thank you, Councilmember Bonds and the Committee on Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization for holding this hearing. My name is Hannah Garelick and I am a community organizer at [...]